Posts filed under: Services

If you’re not currently using video in your learning and development programs – you’re doing your employees a disservice. No, not the cat, cute kid, repeat type of videos. I’m talking about real people in practical situations to help your...
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  • online training
Engaging our diverse workforce in training is a challenge for all of us responsible for developing our people to be individually successful contributors and drive the mission of the organization. We balance the needs for cost-effectiveness and opportunity cost of the...
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  • Cross Cultural Training
As a business educator and trainer, I’m often asked how I adjust training for employees of different cultures. I wanted to share my response with you as an example of how effective training begins and ends with knowing your audience....
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  • Branding_Mine your training program for your brand
At first glance, dear reader, you may think I’m jumping on the “brand-wagon.” Not so. In fact, I can’t turn around without bumping into yet another presentation on personal brand that leaves me unsatisfied. Why, then, would I write a...
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  • team environment
As we’ve made our way through five blog posts based on my eBook Leading Teams that Get Results, I’ve endeavored to illustrate how each step brings us toward more successful teamwork; for example, spending time getting to know your team...
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  • Develop processes so your team is prepared for anything
If curiosity really did kill the cat I’m in trouble. I’ve never grown out of the toddler mindset of questioning everything, and so I continue to gain valuable insights and knowledge that I wouldn’t have gotten from not being curious....
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  • team standing at railing
Your team, regardless of size, has a culture all its own. Why all the hoopla about culture? Team culture goes beyond how you celebrate a coworker’s birthday; it affects how your team manages time, how they account for responsibilities, and...
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  • Year Two Takes Grit
Last month’s posts (March) had the theme of reflection and its role in your business success. As important as reflection is, one of the primary benefits from thinking critically about what we’ve done and how we think is to use...
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  • Heart
…or What I learned from my social media management partners E-Merge Online Marketing about social media, blogging, and SEO. That’s quite a sub-title, I know. As I noodled on ideas for this month’s blog posts, I was determined to embrace...
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  • hands with devices sharing information
The majority of the participants in my networking training sessions have one thing in common — they hate networking. I intentionally used the strong word, “hate,” because that’s the word my trainees use. The source of their vehement reaction is...
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